Question about Negative Backlinks

Justin Philipps

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Hi, will it really be possible to take down a website from Google Search Results by feeding the website with a lot of spammy backlinks? Or will it work the other way and Google will pick it up as additional backlinks for the website and thus will rank it even higher on Google?
 

StasVa

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Technically it is possible.

Previously, if Google conserned your backlink profile too spammy, Google Penguin algorithm penalized you domain. But for a short time a huge amount of backlinks could rise your website in the Index, that's how doorways and satellites are creating,

Now after Google Penguin 4.0 update - they are saying that it will not penalize the whole domain anymore, and now it just will lower in index spammy pages separately. I'm not ready to judge how it works now already, But previous experience of Google applications - prompt to not take their words fully and until you (or the market) will check how it really works.
 

TheRealRazzy

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It's possible, but will take a lot of work.

Like said above, the new algorithm now focuses on single pages and not the entire domain. If one of your inner pages gets a penalty, it won't spread to your homepage, which is nice.

So to do this for an entire website, you would need a huge backlinking campaign and target every page of a website.

But you should focus on your own websites and not someone elses :D
 
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